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Schools plan to survive Snyder cuts

April 13, 2011 Governor Rick Snyder’s proposed K-12 budget cuts of $471 per student may force Hudson Area Schools to make another $1.5 million in cuts to the budget, after making $1.5 million in cuts in 2009. “Over a million… (Read more)

Hudson Museum Auction to be May 7

April 13, 2011 — Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 7th. The Hudson Museum auction and dinner will be held at the American Legion Home. Dinners are $15 per person. Antiques, collectibles and services donated by community merchants are in… (Read more)

Break is over: spring sports get under way

April 13, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly Spring sports are just getting going this week with five different Hudson High Schoool teams slated for action. With none of the track and field teams or the ball teams competing last week… (Read more)

New Books at Hudson Library

April 6, 2011 — The rhyme “April Showers Bring May Flowers” from the 1500s is a lesson in patience. April’s weather does give way to the milder, warmer weather of May that produces flowers galore. April and May are also… (Read more)

Spring Sports gets into seasonal swing

April 6, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson High School spring sports action won’t really get going until the Monday after spring break ends as school will resume on April 11th. However, the girl’s varsity softball team was the… (Read more)

Council studies “static” 2011-12 city budget

April 6, 2011 — The Hudson City Council got their first look at the proposed budget for 2011-12 at their meeting on Tuesday evening. City manager Steve Hartsel categorized the budget as “mostly static, not changing much from last year”… (Read more)

More High adventure in Alaska wilderness

March 30, 2011 — Justin High, of Hudson, has finished his qualifiers for the 2012 Iditarod. Since the last article Justin has finished two more races to finish his qualifiers; the Willow-Tug 300, starts in Willow, AK and runs to… (Read more)

Liby Receives Scholarship

March 30, 2011 The Michigan District of KEY Club bestowed a scholarship on Elizabeth Liby last Saturday during the 60th annual District Convention in Dearborn. She was selected for her service, leadership and giving back to her community through KEY… (Read more)

Wildcats send two runners to college

March 23, 2011 — By Bill Mullaly The Wildcats of Pittsford will be sending two of its top track and field athletes to compete at the next level. The two Pittsford athletes will be ending their respective prep careers this… (Read more)